Seventeen tops Japanese Oricon charts with their new mini album 'FML'

Seventeen is taking over the Japanese Oricon chart.

According to Oricon's latest chart, Seventeen's 10th mini album 'FML' recorded sales of over 552,000 copies in the first week and topped Japan's Oricon Weekly Album Ranking. With this, Seventeen has achieved 5 consecutive and total albums in the Oricon Weekly Album Ranking following the 9th mini album 'Attacca', 4th regular album 'Face the Sun', 4th regular album repackage album 'SECTOR 17', and Japan's first EP 'DREAM'. 

'FML' previously held the No. 1 position in Japan's Oricon Daily Album Ranking for five consecutive days, and also ranked No. 1 on major music sites, Line Music and AWA.

Seventeen became the only artist in the world to exceed 3 million copies sold on the first day of release with 'FML', and 'FML' sold 4,550,214 copies in the first week, setting a recording.

Meanwhile, on May 8 KST, Seventeen will release the music video for "F*ck My Life", one of the double title songs, on HYBE's official YouTube channel.